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A top VC firm just got another $800 million to back healthcare and fintech startups. We talked to Oak HC/FT execs about what they’re looking to ...
Oak HC/FT executives outlined five key areas across healthcare and financial technology that the firm is eyeing as it invests its third fund.
CircleCI creates CI and CD software, which allows developers to release code faster and more often. CEO Jim Rose explains his plans for the future.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX is reportedly raising more than $300 million in new funding, which would mean it raised over $1 billion this year alone
SpaceX is looking to raise another $314.2 million in equity funds, according to CNBC. This would push SpaceX's 2019 total to more than $1 billion.
This open source messaging startup raised $50 million to take on Slack and Microsoft Teams and rope in customers who care a lot about privacy
The messaging app raised $50 million just 4 months after its first funding. And investors aren't scared that it's competing with Slack and Microsoft.
Data warehousing startup Yellowbrick Data closes $81 million to take on Amazon, Oracle and Snowflake
Data warehouse startup Yellowbrick Data closed $81 million. Its COO explains how it will use the funding and stand out from from competitors.
A New York-based software platform that allows high growth companies to access VC funding more efficiently is gaining traction among investors.
A blockchain company that works with banks like Barclays to fight financial crimes just raised $30 million
The New York-based blockchain-analysis firm is best known for its investigation into the infamous Mt. Gox hack.
Vortexa uses satellites, ship-tracking technology, and AI to predict and map the movements of tankers in the $7 trillion a year energy trading market.
Jeff Raider, a cofounder of Harry's and Warby Parker, shares his comprehensive guide for raising capital. Starting a business isn't easy, so he outlines how to know whether you should raise money, what type of money you need, and the process for finding investors.
An ex-Googler who was part of a Noble Peace Prize-nominated project wants to reinvent the photography market
Ex-Googler Patrick Ip announced the $1.5 million seed round for his startup company Catalog on Wednesday, which was led by Moonshot Capital. Catalog connects small to medium sized brands with independent photographers.